Study Tour To National Stock Exchange

Sheila Raheja School of Business Management and Research (SRBS) organized a study tour for First Year students of Masters of Management Studies program. The one day visit to National Stock Exchange, located in Bandra-Kurla Complex, Bandra, Mumbai was aimed to impart practical learning in Financial Markets. The study tour was organized in line with the Management philosophy of giving real-time inputs to students. The classical teaching-learning process is complimented with initiatives like these, which post-graduate students appreciate. The effort is to make industry-ready professionals in the field of finance. National Stock Exchange imparts training through NSE Academy about the exchange, different indices, finer details about functioning of the stock market, rules and regulations to be followed, necessary compliances and other important aspects of business to budding management professionals. Additionally students were issued individual certificates by NSE for the Study Tour.

The effort of NSE is to develop financial skills in banking, insurance and financial sectors. Although the one-day study tour covered this aspect, students were also made aware of their Deep Tech Programs covering new age subjects like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Block Chain, Cyber Security.

Our students were rolled out a specially designed certification program on financial awareness in VILT. This four hour training session provided students with right knowledge and inputs to understand financial markets and personal finances. This initiative was an add-on to the training imparted by NSE. A collaboration between NSE Academy and their industry patron HDFC Mutual Fund resulted in SRBS students initiated into the world of investing through their initiative “INVEST VERSE”. It is an introduction into the world of investing, where every SRBS Student shall be awarded a e-certificate. 78 students of MMS and 2 faculty members viz. Prof. Vivek Sharma and Prof. Arti Modi were part of the visit.

The visit was highly appreciated by the students who not only got a glimpse of the capital markets but also of trading and investing.

Prof. Arti Modi,
Assistant Professor